CLASS SUBJECT MONTH WEEK LESSON CONTENT NO.OF PERIODS II Maths June 1 Numbers Revise numbers (1-100) 6 Expanded and compact form After-before-between Ascending &  descending order Skip numbers 2 Numbers from (100-1000) 6 Number patterns Write in words and figures Complete the patterns Place value 3 Comparison of numbers 6 Greatest and least numbers Increasing and decreasing order 4 Addition Addition on number line 6 Addition of 3 digit numbers with regrouping Story time. July 1 Addition of 3 digit numbers with regrouping 6 Hidden animal Addition properties Story time 2 subtraction Subtraction  on number line 6 Expanded form of subtraction Subtraction of 3 digit numbers (without decomposing) Story time 3 Subtraction of 2 digit numbers by decomposing 6 Subtraction of 3 digit numbers by decomposing 4 Puzzle 6 Story time August 1 Multiplication Multiplication tables (1-10) 6 Revision of lessons – 1,2,3 September 2 Complete the table 4 Multiplication by ‘0’ Multiplication on number line 3 Multiplication without regrouping 4 Multiplication with regrouping Multiplication by 10,20,30 etc Story time October 1 Division Introduction – division oral division 6 Division  facts 2 Quotient 3 digit numbers by i digit 3 Story time 4 4 Introduction Counting of money November 1 Addition of money 6 Subtraction of money 2 Story time 4 3 Find the total cost 4 Clock time Make a clock and show time 6 Draw hands to show time Time wheel December Revision January 1 length Measuring lengths (introduction) 6 Addition length 2 Subtraction of length 6 Story time 3 Mass (weight) Units of measuring weight 6 Addition of weight 4 Subtraction of weight 6 Story time February 1 capacity introduction 6 Addition and subtraction of capacity 2 Story time 6 3 Geometry Plane and curved figures 6 Solid objects activities March Revision 6

 CLASS SUBJECT MONTH WEEK LESSON CONTENT NO.OF PERIODS III Maths June 1 1 Numbers and number names 12 Expanded forms ascending &  descending 2 Place value, order relation Successor – predecessor formation of numbers 3 2 Addition without regrouping addition with regrouping 12 4 Story time, properties of addition July 1 3 Subtraction with and without decomposing story times 6 2 4 Multiplication tables 10 to 20 6 Multiplication by one digit 3 5 Story time Multiplication by 10 , 100 ,1000 4 Multiplication by 3 digits 6 August 1 Properties of multiplication story time 6 2 Revision 6 September 1 6 Review, properties of division. division by one digit 6 2 Division by 10 and 100 Division by 2 digit number even and odd numbers 6 October 1 7 Fraction of a region partitioning 6 2 Fraction on number line proper ties fraction 6 3 Equivalent fraction comparison 6 4 Addition and subtraction of fraction. Class test 6 November 1 8 Money, Conversion (Rupees into paise) 6 2 Addition and subtraction 6 3 multiplication 6 4 Story time. Class test 6 December 1 9 Reading time , use of A.M and P.M 6 2 Interpreting calendar revision 6 January 1 10 Conversion –  addition 6 2 Story time 3 3 Subtraction – story time 7 4 Multiplication of length measures 8 February 1 11 Plane and curved surfaces 6 2 Perimeter , area 6 3 A square meter. Class test 6 March 1 12 Paper folding 6 Symmetry in a square 6 revision 12

 CLASS SUBJECT MONTH WEEK LESSON CONTENT NO.OF PERIODS IV MATHS JUNE 1 Number and number name Indian and international system of numbers – 6 digits numbers 5 Place value and face value  comparison of the numbers 2 addition Ascending and descending order of numbers. 6 Formation of greatest and smallest numbers from the given digits 3 subtraction Addition – without regrouping. 6 Addition – with regrouping properties of addition – story time 4 Subtraction – without decomposing. (subtraction– with decomposing. Story time 6 July 1 Multiplication Properties of multiplication. 5 Multiplication without regrouping 2 Multiplication with regrouping –  story time 5 3 Division Properties of division 6 Division by 3 digit number 4 Story time 6 August 1 Problems on four fundamental operations 5 2 Revision for quarterly exam September 3 Properties of whole numbers Factors and divisors, consecutive even numbers consecutive odd numbers prime numbers 6 4 Properties of multiples. Test of divisibility 6 October 1 Highest common factors and least common factors Common factors and greatest common factors.co-prime numbers. 6 2 LCM by prime factoring method 6 3 Common fraction Fraction of a whole equivalent fractions 6 4 Fraction in its lowest terms. Like and unlike fractions 6 November 1 Proper and improper fractions 6 2 decimals Order relation in fraction 5 3 Addition and subtraction with like and unlike denominators. Story time multiplication. 5 4 Division of a unit in ten and hundred equal parts. Expanded notation. 6 December 1 Addition, subtractions, multiplications, division of decimal numbers 6 2 Use of decimal notations in measures of capacity. revision 6 January 1 money Conversion of money. Addition and subtraction of money. 6 2 Multiplication division of money 6 3 Division of money 6 4 Roman numerals Roman numerals 6 February 1 Measurement of time Measurement of time. Conversion on higher units to lower units 6 2 Addition and subtraction of measures of time. 6 3 Calculation of duration of an activity. To find time. 6 4 Geometry Perimeter of a triangle, squares, rectangles, symmetry 6 March 1 Area Standard unit of area. Comparison of the measures of length and area. 5 2 Revision for annual examination.